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Netware 4.11 / 100-User

We just took down our Novell server after a 14-year run.
Anybody interested in 100-User Novell package with software, documentation, ArcServe, miscellaneous documentation? Huge 8gb drive in server.

Asking $10,000.00 but will accept best offer. 😉

contact cpaquette@mgtl.com
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jmarton2 Absent Member.
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Re: Netware 4.11 / 100-User

On Sat, 01 Aug 2009 01:16:01 +0000, cpaquette wrote:

> Anybody
> interested in 100-User Novell package with software, documentation,
> ArcServe, miscellaneous documentation? Huge 8gb drive in server.


Legally you can't do that. At least not the NetWare license.



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Re: Netware 4.11 / 100-User


>
>> Anybody
>> interested in 100-User Novell package with software, documentation,
>> ArcServe, miscellaneous documentation? Huge 8gb drive in server.

>
> Legally you can't do that. At least not the NetWare license.



Joe,

You remind me of Sheldon in the Big Bang Theory...He doesn't get sarcasm
either.....

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--Paul

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Re: Netware 4.11 / 100-User

Heck, if I get the 10 grand, I'd happily give Novell half to transfer the license!
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Re: Netware 4.11 / 100-User

Heck, if I get the 10 grand, I'd happily give Novell half to transfer the license!
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BSchnur Absent Member.
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Re: Netware 4.11 / 100-User

>
> You remind me of Sheldon in the Big Bang Theory...He doesn't get sarcasm
> either.....
>

Right, Joe needs to get out more <g>


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Re: Netware 4.11 / 100-User

Joe,

Joseph Marton wrote:
>
> On Sat, 01 Aug 2009 01:16:01 +0000, cpaquette wrote:
>
> > Anybody
> > interested in 100-User Novell package with software, documentation,
> > ArcServe, miscellaneous documentation? Huge 8gb drive in server.

>
> Legally you can't do that. At least not the NetWare license.


In parts of the world with customer rights worth their name, of course
you can. Please don't apply US legislation to the rest of the world,
this is an international forum.

CU,
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Re: Netware 4.11 / 100-User

Massimo Rosen wrote:
> In parts of the world with customer rights worth their name, of course
> you can. Please don't apply US legislation to the rest of the world,
> this is an international forum.
>
> CU,


What!? You mean the rest of the world doesn't adhere to our laws. What
barbarians. What heathens. 😛
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Re: Netware 4.11 / 100-User

cpaquette wrote:
> Heck, if I get the 10 grand, I'd happily give Novell half to transfer
> the license!
>
>


Well, I was about to give you ten grand, but then decide the money would
be better spent on buying a single license Exchange server. Next year I
gonna request money for a computer to put it on. The year after that
I'm gonna buy a second user license. The fourth year I'm gonna buy some
RAM. And the fifth year I'm gonna hire an Exchange admin. The six year
I'm gonna turn it on. The seventh year I'm gonna take the year off.
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